Implementation of osteoporosis guidelines: A survey of five large fracture liaison services in the Netherlands

  • Huntjens K
  • Van Geel T
  • Blonk M
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Implementation of case findings according to guidelines for osteoporosis in fracture patients presenting at a Fracture Liaison Service (FLS) was evaluated. Despite one guideline, all FLSs differed in the performance of patient selection and prevalence of clinical risk factors (CRFs) indicating the need for more concrete and standardised guidelines.

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  • Fracture liaison service
  • Fractures
  • Guideline implementation
  • Osteoporosis

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  • K. M.B. Huntjens

  • T. A.C.M. Van Geel

  • M. C. Blonk

  • J. H. Hegeman

  • M. Van Der Elst

  • P. Willems

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